A Victorian spirit of discovery pervades this old natural history museum, though you won’t find anything more gruesome than stuffed...
With hardly an inch to spare in its cramped but welcoming galleries, the McCord Museum of Canadian History houses over one million...
Mount Royal Club
Founded as an exclusive men’s society, the Mount Royal Club was formed in the 19th century as a one-up on the older Beaver Club across...
Downtown, Ristorante Cavalli is the spot. This fine Italian restaurant gets its DJ party on with upscale tourists and a good-looking...
Nestled amid a forest of skyscrapers, this Victorian villa has been a Montréal institution since 1949. A few popular dishes include...
845 Rue Sherbrooke Ouest · interesting places nearby
McGill University information
Founded in 1828 by James McGill, a rich Scottish fur trader, McGill University is one of Canada’s most prestigious learning institutions, with 37,000 students. The university’s medical and engineering faculties have a fine reputation and many campus buildings are showcases of Victorian architecture. The campus, at the foot of Mont-Royal, is rather nice for a stroll around and also incorporates the Musée Redpath.